The Yoga Loft Cambridge 

- Yoga 

in Cambridge, ON

Description: Yoga + Movement classes for all levels. Book your first class by visiting Our Intro Trial Month is only $55+tax for unlimited yoga for your first month (excludes TRX).
Additional Info: Our entrance is at the back of the building, up the exterior stairs.
Logo: The Yoga Loft Cambridge
Phone: 2262188251
Address: 1221 King St E
Cambridge ON N3H 3P9
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Business Hours: Studio opens 15 minutes prior to class times. A yoga studio where the focus is on community; offering down-to-earth yoga classes and 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training.
Payment Types Accepted: Cash, Visa, MasterCard, Amex, Discover
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Sandi Grekoff-Hunt
Sandi Grekoff-Hunt

Sandi’s teaching style has been cultivated from years of experience and study in the science of yoga, functional movement, anatomy and mindfulness. Her sequences are created to build strength, mobility and stability in the body, while also being infused with mindful awareness of the breath. She cares deeply for the well-being of her students, and invites each person to honour their own unique alignment. She has received training in Trauma-Informed Yoga.

Michelle Braun
Michelle Braun

I recently graduated from the Fall 2019 YTT program at The Yoga Loft. As a lifelong learner I am so grateful for the experience and wisdom that was passed on in this training. Yoga has been part of my life for over 10 years, my practice has helped me to grow stronger and more mindful both on and off the mat. I am excited to have the opportunity to guide others in nurturing mind and body through yoga. I am also a Registered Early Childhood Educator and have shared my love for yoga through mindfulness and movement with children of all ages.

Melanie Garneau
Melanie Garneau

I completed my 200hr YTT through Yoga Alliance in 2015 and have been teaching (and learning) ever since. My classes are often sequenced to lead to a peak pose but allow space for the students to choose what is best for them in their body. Options for those seeking more or less of a challenge are also always included. I often remind my students that it’s ok to fall, wobble, or not 'get' a pose as the beauty of yoga isn’t about perfection but in the ability to let go and give in to the now. This reminder is as much for myself as it is for them.